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Breeze

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    Listening to...

    I look at this thread and think what the heck was I listening to. Even my music taste takes a U-turn and changes.
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    Cubster's Eating Records

    That's okay because I wasn't a runner and I wasn't so many things & still Uni hit me.
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    Last show you watched

    Skipped through a historical one called 'Magnificent History,' and it was depressing to see Muslims fall so bad in that. So that's why I skipped through, I knew the story but it was just a pain to watch. The Turks were like Europe as they are now. Everything they had was short-lived, check the actors then and now. They are ruined.
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    New Muslim Area

    Aww, I hope you are better soon. Get some rest now.
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    Religious typology quiz

    My childhood friend had Sunday Stalwart. 🤣 I'm not that surprised, I haven't seen a decent girl like her.
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    Religious typology quiz

    Diversely Devout. Except with spiritual energy, I meant that I am reminded of Allah who created nature, rather than the crystal energy & reincarnation stuff.
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    Hello again

    That's true. And no worries, every experience is a lesson learned and the story continues. I had a moment of introspection and reflection that went deeper than I thought.
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    Hello again

    This
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    Hello again

    Actually whenever I've been given Islamic advice, I have been fine. It's when people are telling you to do therapy when you've been there and done that. How can someone who hasn't been through what you have even comprehend what it's like? I spoke to a clinical psychologist, she wrote this whole report blaming others and took what I said out of context. They aren't aware of the religious and cultural context, it's not the psychology textbook definition. If she had fully listened and understood what I meant then I would have tried it, but sadly finding the 'right' therapist is like finding the right friend. Her silly meditation exercise was about as effective as closing your eyes to everything. Yeah, these were guys that poured drinks over my head and tried to forcefully hurt my feelings as I wasn't interested in them. Some of them ignored me, I preferred that. Plus, my past doesn't affect me unless someone behaves in the same way or misunderstands. I always ran away from mentors, they don't get you.
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    Hello again

    On my laptop so I can answer this in detail. Right uhh...I googled group chats to find out, I would've typed in 'ungodly' but the only WhatsApp groups I've made are for shopping lists. Ahem, so what Haku seems to be explaining (sorry, I find this funny) is people coming together and flirting. This happens on virtual reality games, it happens across the social media platform. They've recently created a game called Dream Daddy for homosexuals who want to raise kids on a virtual game Um...okay so what Haku is describing is probably a 3some on these games. The net is where people show their dark side and it can lead to real life. Unfortunately there are a lot of predators on the internet, and a lot of non-Muslims are after Muslim girls. And there is me, the single Muslim woman. My reasons for being on games and for 'chatting' is probably a lot more deeper than it seems. Most of the Muslim people I came across were not good to me from a young age. Many Muslim guys & girls tried to take advantage of me, so I was bullied a lot in high school from guys. On their own they didn't say anything, it was in groups. They would throw stuff at me, swear and even physically try to hurt me. I'm not playing the victim card here, it is what happened. I even ran out of class and my exams, despite all that I still passed my exams. I was put for the higher papers so even from running out half way through, I did it. All Muslim people said was that you attract them, it's your fault. So I turned back and forth from the non-Muslim community to the Muslim one. One Muslim guy kept pestering me about why I wasn't fasting until my non-Muslim friend told him the reason why. He still didn't get it. Without attacking anyone, the non-Muslim community has what is missing in the Muslim community. Unity, protection, understanding, strength, friendship and that's what I found there. Came back to Muslims, they're hypocritical, judgemental, not understanding and it's like where do you go? Many South Asians and Arabs think they're better than everyone else. No-one is focusing on what really matters. Some brothers on here, saw me in distress and there would've been so many reasons why. Instead of talking to a distressed person and giving them decent Islamic advice it was like 'see a therapist.' Bro you are the problem in our society, your mama never taught you to handle and talk to a woman. The dangers of girls being online are grooming gangs, they pose as one person and are really two different people. Luckily I haven't met them, but there will be some after vulnerable girls. Their problem? They are socially messed up and don't have open dialogue with anyone. Everyone is reserved and suspicious that they can't talk to another Muslim who is distressed and that's very common. I'm not saying be their therapist, all we need is someone who can actively listen and understand us. Sadly there doesn't seem to be many that are willing to even try, so I'm not going to waste my time. As for stupidity and ignorance, it exists in the Muslim community too. Ps. I vouched for you to be a mod. But don't let it get to your head.
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    Hello again

    I am talking from experience from being there and doing that, so yeah I know a lot about social media. WhatsApp can be used like that, but I suppose it depends on how you use them. I will always find social media highly annoying but be simultaneously drawn to it by curiosity, boredom and life stress. Isn't everyone here in that boat?
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    Hello again

    I used to. I'm only on Quora, Goodreads, Twitter and barely use WhatsApp. I don't know do you expect me to use these sites consistently? Pretty sure r-z was on Facebook once upon a time. Pre marriage days aye?
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    Hello again

    FaceBook, WhatsApp, Instagram and Snapchat...all are the same BS.
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    Apostasy in Islam

    Unclear. No argument seemed to give any evidence...
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    Random Islamic Questions

    I remember that old MMer but not for the right reasons. There's another similar topic that I found.
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    Random Islamic Questions

    So, non-muslims are using the punishment for apostasy line a lot and I wanted to ask how we should respond. They're saying if there's no compulsion in religion then why is there punishment for apostasy?
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    Sports

    I've seen the boxing matches, there was a Russian fighting Anthony Joshua. It was interesting to watch. The Russian was dangerous in the first few rounds but AJ brought it back round. AJ is much younger and has more weight & height, so it wasn't that fair. I think India won in cricket again too. Pakistan isn't playing well.
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    Al-Hijaz Topics

    Are Spud, Mo-, limitofx and you the same person? Or it could be Spider again...
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    Listening to...

    Thanks for informing me brother. The reminder is good.
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    New Muslim Area

    How are you now, Owen? I haven't heard from you since you mentioned giving an obese man chest compressions and then being in a hospital bed yourself. Oh dear.
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    Listening to...

    Nina Nesbitt - Loyal to me. And tell him, tell him, tell him, tell himI got somewhere else to beAnd I don't, I don't, I don't, I don'tLose my head for nobody If I have to question"Is he loyal to me?"Well then, he's probably notAnd you should probably leave
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    New Muslim Area

    It's a good list, Owen. I think every new Muslim should read it.
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    New Muslim Area

    What is a murtad?
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    Hello again

    Tonics and creams hmmm.... I'm trying to imagine the above in a 'that's what she said' scenario. Cream & tonics.
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    New Muslim Area

    Not sure if it's a generational thing but we are becoming more isolated as we prefer a 'connection' over all else. They call us the click generation haha.
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